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Community Radio for the Lambourn Valley

4 Legs Radio is an internet radio station, providing a community based radio service for people located within the Lambourn Valley. You can Listen Live, every Friday, or Listen Again when it suits you!

 

Broadcasting programmes designed to serve the needs of the Lambourn Valley Community not currently served by other broadcasting media, that stimulate, educate and entertain the listeners. We are keen for the community to join in by texting on 07418310510,by Email: studio@4legsradio.org.uk or comment on our posts. We are also on Twitter @4legsradio, Mixcloud at 4 Legs Radio, U Tube and on Facebook  at 4 legs LVCR.

You can now also call 4Legs Radio live on Friday’s with your dedications, requests, comments or questions by dialling:   01488 859849

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LAMBOURN SPORTS CLUB

Updates on the Lambourn football teams

January 2019

Lambourn Sports Reserves were awarded the January North Berks team of the month following their unbeaten run in January which included making the Semi Finals of the Nairne Paul Trophy – Congrats to Steve and the boys

 

 

 

 

Fixture List – Lambourn Sports FC 1st team

Saturday 2nd February – Lambourn Sports 1st v Long Whittenham kick-off 2pm (div1) (MATCH CANCELLED DUE TO SNOW)

Long Whittenham are 2nd in the League and Lambourn Sports are 4th. Lambourn have games in hand with Long Whittenham so a win would narrow the gap 

Saturday 9th February – Westminster v Lambourn Sports 1st kick-off 2pm (div1)

Saturday 16th February – Lambourn Sports 1st v Berinsfield kick-off 2pm (cup)

 

Fixture List – Lambourn Sports FC Reserves

 

Results and Match Reports

Saturday 9th February – Westminster 1 – 2 Lambourn Sports 1st (Div1)

Saturday 9th February – Lambourn Sports Reserves 5 – 0 Hanney 66

Saturday 13th January – East Hendred 4 – 2 Lambourn Sports 1st (Div1)

Very disappointing as the better team lost! We conceded two pens, one a handball harsh, another from being frustrated to be in  a losing position, but there we go.

Report from Lee Ashby